Posted 30 December 2017
- Decades of research has failed to find substantial evidence that vitamins and supplements do any good — and some supplements may even be dangerous.
- A new study has found that vitamin D and calcium supplements may not protect against bone fractures in older adults.
- If you think you may need a supplement because of a deficiency, you should ask a doctor.
Decades of research, including a new study published in December in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has failed to find substantial evidence that vitamins and supplements do any significant good.
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